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RMCHCS' WellSpring Recovery Center Achieves CARF Accreditation

GALLUP, NEW MEXICO--WellSpring Recovery Center is pleased to announce that it achieved a three-year seal of accreditation and recognition through the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). This is the highest accreditation a rehabilitation program can receive. WellSpring Recovery Center is Rehoboth McKinley Christian Health Care Services' (RMCHCS) 90-day residential alcohol and substance use treatment program, located on the east side of Gallup at 650 VandenBosch Parkway.

WellSpring Recovery Center offers both Western and Native American approaches to healing. The program's holistic approach addresses the physical, emotional and spiritual nature of addictions. Clients explore how their addictions affects all areas life and learn to develop healthier coping skills to achieve lasting and meaningful sobriety. The combination of therapeutic treatment, educational opportunities, job skills and work services along with healthy eating and exercise makes WellSpring Recovery Center a unique and successful program.

CARF is an independent, non-profit accrediting body and is considered the gold standard for rehabilitation programs. Founded in 1966, its focus is to advance quality of services to meet clients' needs for the best possible outcome. CARF accreditation signifies that WellSpring Recovery Center meets internationally recognized quality standards and is dedicated to individualized care and client satisfaction and to the continual improvement of service delivery for its clients.

For more information on WellSpring Recovery Center, call 505-726-6910.